Proposal: Robotics

We are doing very well, but we still need to find another lots more committers with 200+ rep before this moves on to the next stage, private beta.

  1. If you are new to the Stackexchange family, then please go and check out some of the many interesting sites. http://stackexchange.com/sites. Ask a few questions, give a few answers, and you'll quickly gain 200 reputation. Doing this will literally bring us closer. (You may even find it enjoyable and useful!)
  2. Tell people about the proposal. If you know anyone who is interested in robotics, please let them know.
  3. Mention it on a forum. If you use any other forums, please post a message about this proposal.
  4. Mention it in your blog. Or if you read a related blog, please e-mail them and ask if they will mention us.
  5. Tweet it.
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    I bumped the Chief Delphi community, hopefully that will help bring more experts to the proposal.
    – lyncas
    Commented Sep 20, 2012 at 19:27

2 Answers 2


I mentioned that we were getting close to full commitment over on Electrical Engineering (formerly Electronics & Robotics, before it was renamed) and Kortuk♦ kindly featured it, which has brought in 6 referals so far, so only two more 200k+ users to go. Yay!

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    Nice one! I noticed that the number jumped a lot suddenly. Commented Oct 17, 2012 at 9:57

Thats not really a question, but this isn't really an answer. The way to reach this goal is to have half of the guys on the robotics commitment start answering questions on the other sites to gain 200 points--- but you already stated that above.

  • The Area 51 discussion zone works in a slightly different way to most stack exchange sites. Like meta sites it is intended as much for discussion of and comments on the proposal as it is for questions about a proposal. This is why Robert Cartaino♦ frequently tidies up proposal announcements and says "<comments removed> If you have any questions or comments about this proposal, please use 'create new discussion' below. Thanks."
    – Mark Booth
    Commented Oct 17, 2012 at 9:29

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